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COCNTY PETTY PESSIONN.

COCNTY PETTY PESSIONN.

At the County Petty Session., on Friday, Henry Watson, Esq., in the ehair ; 0. Furnell, J. Fitzgilion Sexton, C. lleltnege, henry Maunsell, J. W. Ifahony, Vsqrs. Magistrates presiding. A fishery case came on for hearit s o , against Mr. O'Brien, who was charged under the3Sth and
July 28, 1849 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
,// INDIAN CORN,

,// INDIAN CORN,

AKD HARREL MEAL. r uE sunseßLßEßs OFFER FOR SALE i teinid 700 QUARTERS OF Yellow Indlsm Corn. 43 E 2. " Wyndotte," from Nese rock, D 30 0 BARRELS OF PRIME MEAL. T. F. Mulcahy. i'aftlem and Colonial 00Ice, Wellesley Buildings. Limerick, July DS.
July 28, 1849 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
r ) PORTRAIT OF THE EARL OF CLARENDON. ON SATURDAY NEXT, TILE srn AUGUST, The Readers of " The World."

r ) PORTRAIT OF THE EARL OF CLARENDON. ON SATURDAY NEXT, TILE srn AUGUST, The Readers of " The World."

NVITII a splendid Portrait, highly finished, on Stone, from a Painting by Mr. Edward Hayes, of His ExecMiley the Lord Orders shniild be given early to Mr. TIOCIA7 4 , Printer, Brtla+w6drret, Gear the norm-Roll.) Limerick. Priiv of TM World with • l'ortrait (worth 10..) only Sizp
July 28, 1849 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
3 / lIARTIGAN 9 S lIORBE REPOSITORY .4 Gun for Sale. ADOUBLE BARRELL GUN, with a RIFLE attached ; best

3 / lIARTIGAN 9 S lIORBE REPOSITORY .4 Gun for Sale. ADOUBLE BARRELL GUN, with a RIFLE attached ; best

Mahogany ease complete ; made by one of the best London Makers—cost 40 Guineas ; to be seen at Harrison's Repository, Cecil-street, who will give all particulars about it. If not sold before the neat Great Sale, it will be Sold by Auction on that day, 11th August. MICHAEL lIARTI
July 28, 1849 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
ADDRESB OF THE COUNCIL

ADDRESB OF THE COUNCIL

THE IRISH CONFEDERATION THE PEOPLE OF GALWAY. REPEALERS GALWAY! the eye* of all Irishmen are turned ai>oii you. nil deeply concerned in your choice of ft yourselves ; the cause of Irish Nationhook is, for the moment in yotir hands; ami we, your Countrymen, for the sake tlmt'ooun
January 30, 1847 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
CHARITY ■ A BALL in aid tbo Funds for thu Kolnfnf tho Poor of Galway, and its Vioioity, will plusu

CHARITY ■ A BALL in aid tbo Funds for thu Kolnfnf tho Poor of Galway, and its Vioioity, will plusu

on T OKBDAT, the FsnscsuT, 1847, M SOLAN ROTAL HOTEL. Eyr^squsrs,O*'way, who hss k’odlyjirao use ho Booms far tbs Me cssiou.
January 30, 1847 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
£ s. d. £s. d. 1 13 11 120 327 1 8 0 3 17 8 19 0 4 4

£ s. d. £s. d. 1 13 11 120 327 1 8 0 3 17 8 19 0 4 4

11 302
April 29, 1843 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DINNER SETS COMPRISE

THE DINNER SETS COMPRISE

Head, Foot, and Side Meat Dishes and Covers; Venison ditto; Double Dishes and Covers; Warmers for ditto; Wine Coolers; Epergnes and Plateaus; Soup and Sauce Tureens ; Spirit and Cruet Frames ; Coasters and Candlesticks; Knife-trays and Waterjugs.
April 29, 1843 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FRENCH CHAMBERS—POLYNESIA AND PROTESTANTISM.

THE FRENCH CHAMBERS—POLYNESIA AND PROTESTANTISM.

On Monday the Minister of Marine presented to the Chamber of Deputies a demand of an extraordinary credit of about six million francs, to defray the outfit of the French in Oceania. He proceeded to state that France had no harbour in the Pacific where her military or merchant ve
April 29, 1843 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRATIS. TRINITARIAN BIBLE SOCIETY. The anniversary meeting of the above-named society took place on Monday in the Rotundo. Shortly before

GRATIS. TRINITARIAN BIBLE SOCIETY. The anniversary meeting of the above-named society took place on Monday in the Rotundo. Shortly before

one o’clock the Rev. H. E. Prior was called to the chair, when the proceedings were opened with prayer. The Rev. W. Stamford then read the report, which was follows : The steadily-increasing success which your committee have to acknowledge, in this their sixth annual * report, a
April 29, 1843 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland